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Take a trip to this historical city in northern California for a breathtaking weekend getaway. It is located in the Sonoma Valley, between the Mayacamas Mountains to the east and the Sonoma Mountains to the west, creating scenic views and splendid vineyards. The vineyards make this impressive city principal in California’s Wine Country. Rental locations are concentrated around various interests and attractions to ensure that you are thrilled beyond your expectations.A vacation rental for everyone’s needs
Select your perfect rental property from a broad selection of vacation rentals. Whether traveling with friends or carrying your kids and pets, the rentals have amenities customized for your needs. Enjoy top-notch facilities such as private pools, Jacuzzis, and Gardens and basic facilities such as air conditioning, television, fast internet, and ample parking. If you treasure the view, some facilities gift you with a panoramic view of the sceneries in this haven. These rentals introduce you to the authentic grandeur of the city every morning!
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The area and getting around
Step out of your rental property to be enticed by the charm of Sonoma. If you are in for a laid-back experience, explore the historic Sonoma Plaza for a walk back to the past or go wine tasting; don’t forget that you are in a wine-making haven, and it doesn’t get better than this! If you need your heart to beat fast, or a rush of adrenaline does it for you, head to Sonoma Raceway, a road course, and dragstrip, where you may be lucky to spectate in one of the amateurs or club racing events. If spectating doesn’t thrill you, take a bike tour to delight yourself in the scenic views of the spectacular vineyards.Road trip itineraries and ecotourism
The location of Sonoma city in the heart of Sonoma county gives access to the most iconic road trips and tours. Take a trip through Sonoma county to the marvels of the California coast, such as the Bodega Bay, or savor the vineyards, the redwoods, and the charming towns littered in the region. Be taken aback by the rivers meandering through the region, the Sonoma Creek near the city, and a host of other scenic rivers. Whether you are in for road trips or ecotourism, you must also be here to relish the culinary heritage of the Wine Country. The farm-to-fork dining options will leave you glued to the local menus!
Travelers and activities
The Sonoma Valley Museum of Art promises to take captive any art lover who strays into Sonoma. It exhibits works of local, national, and international artists, both contemporary and historical. You may be lucky to catch some popular art festivals such as Fresh Paint and Mix and smaller events held here. For history buffs, visiting Sonoma is a pilgrimage! Start it all at the San Francisco Solano, the old-time Franciscan mission with stunning exhibits and watercolor paintings. Visit the historic Sonoma Barracks; the adobe building was initially built to house Mexican soldiers but later a command post of American immigrants seeking to establish the California republic. Explore the Sonoma Plaza with its old-school architecture and galleries.Sonoma for wine enthusiasts and connoisseurs
Sonoma ushers you to the numerous wineries of the Wine Country. After sipping ready-made wine, follow its processing from the vineyard to the glass. Discover multiple course wine and food pairings. Take wine-tasting a notch higher by purchasing a wine pass valid for 365 days from the date of purchase and allows a free tasting per participating winery. Remember to carry along your wine-loving friends.
Did you know that the Mission San Francisco Solano is the direct predecessor to the founding of Sonoma? It was built by Mexican authorities to augment Mexican presence north of San Francisco Bay.
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Reminisce the life of Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, the historic Mexican general who commissioned the construction of Sonoma Barracks. Explore La Casa Grande, the Vallejo family’s first home, and the Lachryma Montis or Vallejo estate, where he moved his family later. Relish other historic sites within the park, such as the Blue Wing Inn and the Toscano Hotel. Your history appetite will be satisfied!2. Sonoma Train Town Railroad
Visit this 10-acre amusement park that features a petting zoo and vintage amusement rides. Be sure to take your kids here for thrilling marvels such as Iron Horse Carousel, Sonoma Train Town Airlines, Locomotion Scrambler, Mine Train roller coaster. Sonoma has something for everyone.3. Sonoma Overlook Trail
The trail is three miles long, with spectacular views of the city, the Sonoma Valley, and the Bay area. It is also home to a diverse collection of native plants and animals. Hit this trail during daylight hours to the meadow at its top for the breathtaking views.4. Maxwell Farms Regional park
5. Located in northwest Sonoma, it features multiple picnic sites and nature trails around Sonoma Creek. You may also catch a soccer or baseball game in one of the fields or take a round of tennis in one of the courts in the park.6. Montini Open Space Preserve
The therapeutic tendencies of unruffled nature can be found in this preserve. It offers the best outdoor natural feel, covered with Oak woodland, large rocks, and meadows. Hit the valley of the Moon Trail in the preserve for panoramic views of as far as San Pablo Bay!
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Sonoma
On average, what was the cost for vacation rentals in Sonoma last year?
Last year, rentals in Sonoma had an annual average cost of around $454 per night.
When are vacation rentals cheaper in Sonoma?
]If you would like to get the most out of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Sonoma are August ($380 the average per night for accommodation), March ($385), and December ($396).
When does the price of vacation rentals in Sonoma go up the most?
At the time of booking a vacation rental in Sonoma, the highest prices can usually be seen in the month of May (with an average of $537 per night), followed by July ($509), and then September ($498).
Is Sonoma a good location for a last-minute getaway?
We recommend you to book in advance in Sonoma as only 6% of the properties are available throughout the year, following the data observed in the previous year.
What time of the year can I find more available vacation rentals?
January, December and February are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that have the largest number of accommodations free, with an average availability of 24%, 20%, and 8%. However, even during these periods of time, when rental availability is the highest, the average is just 17%. So we highly recommend you always book a little in advance to make sure you get the rental of your dreams.
How many rentals does Holidu have in Sonoma?
In Sonoma we collaborate with 2 different providers to give you a choice of 190 properties, so you will not be short of options!